It is evidence-based (read: scientific) nutrition recommendations and meal plans from a registered dietitian-nutritionist.
It takes into account that when it comes to nutrition and food, each person has unique goals, values, health needs, preferences, culture, resources, abilities, and interests. It is not one-size fits all but it can be for everyone!
It acknowledges that what we eat doesn’t exist in a vacuum and will be affected by life in general – and so habits must be created or adapted accordingly so that you can do it!
It focuses on the practical – on the doing, not so much the theory- and the realistic. It is based on the belief that a small doable step is infinitely better than an impossible or overwhelming perfect step and that there really is no “perfect” diet.
It is judgment-free. What you eat does not determine if you are a good person or how valuable you are. Nutrition for real humans is meant to be helpful and empowering – not to cause guilt.
That’s nice, but what do you do?
On the blog, I offer practical ideas, and point you to resources to empower you to find the real nutrition that will work for you. You can also follow me on Instagram or Facebook to see more frequent updates.
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